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hundreds of dollars switching to geico sure are happy. how happy are they jimmy? happier than a witch in a broom factory. get happy. get geico. fifteen minutes could save you fifteen percent or more. >>> you know, no team stirs emotions in college football like notre dame and now the fighting irish are back on top. let's talk about it with john werth him, senior investigative reporter for "sports illustrated" and there is a new issue of "si" with the fighting irish on the cover. go figure on that one, john. great to see you. notre dame beat southern cal so the fighting irish are one game away from a national title. is this a return to normalcy inform college football? >> program with this storied reputation had really been pretty much irrelevant for years and years. they'd gone through coaches, had some abysmal seasons. even two years ago they lost to tulsa. this year not expected to contend for a national championship. they have not lost yet, as you said. this has really been one of the nice stories in college football, and this is a program that is so national. it's really like the
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